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    August 5, 2013
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>> bart trains are running and riders are reacting this morning after governor brown stepped in at the 11th hour to avert a strike.for now. and good thing bart is running this morning because the bay bridge is a major hot spot after a big- rig caught fire less than an hour ago.
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and >> let's start things off in the traffic center where we've been following this fire and how its affecting the morning commute. >> they'll initially estimated that it would be 8:00 a.m. before they would start to clear the lanes. as we looked at the scene there only have two lanes of traffic is getting by. thankfully the fire has been extinguished. you can see the cab here and arrest of the rig that is left over. kron4 jackielate last night, governo sissel has will e scene. >> they have shut down on
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the traffic it because they have to bring in more equipment. they continue to put water on this truck. the two right lanes remain shut down. i talked to another driver and he stated that it is completely burned out and there is no way they could get this towed away. they would have to put this on top of something else to get it out. it may be a lot longer than 8:00 a.m. before this cleared. >> here's a look at the impact to traffic. it is backed up all the way to the toll plaza. noticed the 880 approaches at a standstill so is the ride heading in from macarthur mayes. it is not as badly backed up as i thought it was. they were
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planning on telecommuting not or either not going to work. this east shore freeway ride is really just got and go from about pile strpowell street. if you want to avoid this all you can head to the san mateo bridge but thankfully the bridges are clear. there was a report of a stall on the incline but it has been cleared. >> it is a foggy and missed the start to your morning. we have extensive cloud cover that is impacting the coastline. you're not seen the sunshine and just yet. we are dealing with temperatures just in the '50s. we will continue with this pattern as we head into tomorrow. wednesday through friday it will be a little bit more stubborn. it will
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be less fog as we head into the weekend. >> bart trains are running today and at least for the next week. last night, and governor jerry brown issued an order for an investigation into the contract dispute between bart management and its unions. that means there will not be a strike for seven days and that trains will be running this morning. first you'll hear from bart management and then the president from one of the unions. the board is required to report back to the governor within seven days, and all parties are prohibited from any strikes or lockouts while the inquiry is in progress. let's go live now to kron four's will tran. he's at the west oakland bart station getting reaction from riders this morning. >> people had to set their alarm clocks earlier because they thought they would have
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to get a new start. they found out last night that the governor step then. here is video of the board should train that arrive before 30 a.m.. some of the employees at told me that they thought that would be on strike. they stated that they're happy and that they are tired because they have not done a lot of sleep. i had a chance to talk to bart's rider's this morning and 400,000 them catch aboard every day. they have a very special message for governor. >> i like to tell him thank you for stepping up. it would have been chaos here. the last time that went on strike it was horrible. it took me three hours to get to work. i really appreciate that he stepped up. >> did you stay up late last night to find out about the news? >> i stayed up and there
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were doing rekindles and for that 12:00 news they stated that they were not born on strike. >> you can see that more people are arriving at this bart's station but i have to tell you that when i talk to them that stated that they know that is not over. they know they only have seven more days for them to hammer something out. they stated that they are aware that we may be right back at the same thing come next monday morning. >> and you can also get the latest developments on bart and the strike threat. no matter where you go, with the new kron 4 news app. it is free and available on just about any mobile device; android, apple, blackberry, and kindle. by downloading the app you can sign up for push alerts and be notified of an agreement or strike and other breaking bart-related
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news. >> diplomatic posts in 19 cities in egypt, libya and other muslim countries will remain shut through saturday. this after threats were intercepted from "high- level people in al-qaida." maryland congressman c.a. dutch ruppersberger says there was talk was about a "major attack." some u.s. embassies and consulates in the muslim world were at first ordered closed for about a day. now diplomatic posts in some 19 cities will be closed through the end of this week. >> there have not been any credible threats made to the bay area. the time is 7 07 a.m.. here is a live look at
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to last through the 2014 season. but that a-rod can keep playing while he contests the decision. he's expected to return today from an injury. he has admitted to using p-e-d's in the past but says he hasn't since 2004 at 275-million-dollars over 10 years, alex rodriguez signed the biggest-ever contract in american sports. there are 13 other players also facing suspension. brewers star ryan braun has already accepted a 65 game suspension as part of this investigation. this is the largest mass suspension since the chicago black sox.where 8 players were suspended on allegations they threw the 1919 world series. we'll talk more about the invetigation when we have gary's world at 7:45. >> los angeles police have arrested a man suspected of driving into a busy crowd of people on the venice beach boardwalk. killing a woman and injuring 11 others.
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line the time is 7:15 a.m.. we are following our big story of a hot spot on the bay bridge. you can see on the right-hand side of the screen, a big break and oftentimes, this is video from 6:20 a.m., that is about an hour ago. traffic is still bad, let's send it to the traffic center with george. >> this has been completely
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burned up and jackie stated that he spoke with a tow truck driver who stated that they may not be able to get this break told out of the way and that they may have to put on a lowboy. there is a caltran inspector on the scene as well because there is concern about road after this fire. the flames were so intense that it may be problems with the damage to the pavement. here is what happened about an hour ago. it blew a tire westbound exit street. the fire caught fire which cost the rest of the cab to catch fire. then the whole thing just blew up. the fire department is still sprain for hotspots. they are still wbe working
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to extinguish the fire. chp has been holding the traffic while they try to get this in position. off this has backed up traffic all the way to the toll plaza. we may even start to see a slowing in the carpool lane. the 880 approach is backed up as well as the 580. >> i am surprised that we're not backed up on highway 24 with the anticipated bart strike. many people did not drive this morning. if you want to use the san mateo bridge ensure alternate the traffic is heavier than usual but it is available. if you want to use the golden gate bridge is still looking good. even sir
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francis drake is not backed up as you try to connect to the san rafael bridge. >> we are waking up to temperatures in the '50s. take a look at concord. it is a chilly start for this monday morning. the temperatures are still below where we should be this time of year. you'll notice by 3:00 p.m. that although it will be sunny it still will be cool. futurecast 4 is tracking the temperatures for your neighborhood. we're holding on to play 50s and side the bay. we will start to see 60's along the delta and portions of the south. a lot of the 70 degree readings will turn to 80s.
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the fog will return by 8:00 p.m. tonight in fact the temperatures will be back in the '50s. to there will be a lot of seven days on board wouldwith san rafael. plenty of sunshine in mid '80s for pittsburg. low 70's for vallejo. we are flirting with 70's for san leandro. santa rosa will be 11 degrees cooler than where it should be. they are generally in the upper 60s. >> a quick look picture travel forecast. if you are going to chicago they have thunderstorms and afternoon high of 78. low 80s for new
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york city and triple digits for dallas. cooler than usual temperatures will continue but we will rebound in the weekend comes. >> a flight had to make an emergency landing at san franicso international airport over the weekend. united airlines flight 8-63 was heading to australia saturday night when one of the four engines on the plane failed. the engine failure happened shortly after take off. the pilot managed to turn around and land safely back at s-f-o. it is unclear at this time what caused the engine to fail. >> san mateo police are searching for a 16-year-old boy who walked away from a juvenile detention facility.
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the boy left the log cabin youth camp, a minimum security facility in la honda around 6:30 last night. he is described as a black male wearing a burgundy shirt and tan pants. the sheriff's office is asking the public to call 9- 1-1 if you see the boy, and warn to not approach the teen. >> police have identified the woman who was shot and killed in downtown san jose early saturday morning. just after one a-m, police say 19-year-old kimberly joyce was shot by someone outside the car she was riding in near south second and east san salvador streets. the driver, a 21- year-old man who was not hit, stopped the car and called 9-1-1 joyce was transported to regional medical center where she died. it is unclear why the shooting took place and whether it was gang-related. no suspects have yet been identified or arrested. the homicide marks the city's 30th of the year. >> a california minister has been sentenced to nine years in state prison for raping a woman in his home. 60-year-old derrick dwayne brooks was sentenced friday in contra costa county superior court. in may, a jury convicted brooks of charges that included rape and assult.
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brooks was a minister at the lighthouse full gospel church pentecostal in san francisco. >> new york police say an officer shot and killed a 14-year-old boy -- who had shot at another person. n-y-p-d says the officer fired only after the teen did not drop his weapon when asked. this is video surveillance outside of a liquor store of the 14-year-old going after the other person. the teen, identified as shaaliver douse, was hit in the jaw and died at the scene. the officer was hired in january and was patrolling a so-called "impact" area, which means it has high crime rates. the investigation is ongoing. >> closing arguments in the trial of reputed boston mob boss james "whitey" bulger are set to begin today. bulger erupted during proceedings friday, angrily addressing the judge and calling his murder trial "a sham." during the trial, jurors have heard from some 72 witnesses over 35 days. bulger is accused of participating in 19 murders, racketeering, money
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laundering and extortion during his allegedly brutal reign with the irish mafia. the 83-year-old said friday he would not take the stand.bulger fled boston in 1994. he was one of the nation's most-wanted fugitives until he was captured in santa monica, calif., in 2011. >> will take a quick break. here is a live look outside at the bay bridge. [ female announcer ] dove e invited women to test theitr
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points. they are expanding since february. we had a jump with strong business activity. this is a hopeful sign for businesses. 90 percent of the workforce is in the service industry. >> newsweek is being sold for the second time in just a few years. the owner of the international business times says it's buying what is now an online-only brand for an undisclosed sum. the publication, which once had a rivalry with time magazine, ran its last print edition at the end of 2012. newsweek had been struggling for years when the washington post co. sold it for $1 in 2010 >> the obama administration stepped in and overturned a looming ban on older apple i-phones and ipads. the ban was put in place by the international trade commission. it stemmed from a patent dispute on wireless
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communications between the i-phone maker and samsung. it's the first time the president has stepped in on an i-t-c decision since 1987. >> the time the 7:26 a.m.. here is a live look at the traffic on the bay bridge. george has been covering this hot spot because an accident that happened at sixth street. bart is running which is our other big story. we will be right back with more.
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are watching this morning. >> there was a big rig fire that became engulfed in flames as a tire blew. here is a live look at the brunt out the great. here is the trailer portion this is because the front end of the trailer was destroyed. the tires were consumed in the fire. it looks a little higher than it otherwise would be. a flatbed truck is on the scene, but a low boy is on the scene and they're trying to figure out how they can get this cleared. the fire department is mostly finished with the extinguishing of the fire. it is now clean up operations. the implications
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as far as traffic is pretty severe. , for jackie sissel can then like to us on what has been going on. >> they have had to shut down this entire freeway because they continue with the work. the fire department continues to pour water on this shell of the truck. i obviously, there's still some hot spots left. if they will have to get these out before they determine what to do. they will have to put this on a low boil it and get a tow truck rijeklowboy. you can see o right lanes remain shut down. >> as we look at this backup i am actually not sure why
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it is not worse. the drive time is over 45 minutes. as we take a look at the traffic map you will see that the back up does not reach as far into the macarthur mayes as i thought it would. the shore freeway is definitely slow as you concede coming down from 580. the speeds are way below 25 mi. per hour. if you are heading toward san mattel as an alternate you should be dead by said the tr advised of the traffic is getting heavier. >> we are waking up to overcast skies. the temperatures are in a wide range of 50s. 56 degrees for
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downtown san francisco. 52 degrees for those of you in santa rosa. i think if you like to yesterday, you will like today. we have low 80s inland. a chilly afternoon and the cloud cover is holding on to low 60's. if the temperatures will continue to climb into the end of the week and i will have a look at your forecast coming up. >> there are no bart strikes today. all the bart trains are running for today and least for the next week. last night governor brown stepped in and issue an order for an investigation into the contract dispute. commuters are leave, especially now so with this major hot spot of the bay bridge. kron4 will tran is live at the west oakland
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bart station. >> you see behind me that people are arriving and they are very tired because some of the estate of late to find out whether or not bart would be running. they found out that the governor step theped in. when they found out they also have to wake up a little bit earlier. you could see there is a bart train that is writing now heading south bound. i had a chance to talk to people this morning and they are very relieved. they know that this is just a little band-aid because next monday they wimay be right back here facing a strike. >> for the longer term will have to find a solution.
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other transit workers, public workers are not permitted to strike. bart really has to get ahold of the transportation system here. striking, is a difficult option to swallow. >> this man is not taking sides. here is not pro management, a parole board. he stated that something should happen then the governor should be able to issue something else. >> we will continue our coverage on the story. you can still kron 4 as we continue to monitor the developing story. >>
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>> were you stuck last time? >> yes, for five days. it is not just about barred. >> you do not have to worry about are being shut down for release the next seven days. a bart spokesperson stated that they send a letter to the governor to issue a cooling-off period
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for 60 days. the governor's order comes because the state is allowed to intervene is no conclusion is resolved. we will see if he will come back. >> the state department says online "chatter" has prompted u.s. officials to keep diplomatic posts in some 19 muslim countries closed through at least the end of this week. san francisco police say they are on heightened alert this weekend some of the embassies and consulates are in rwanda, egypt, jordan and in libya, where last september four americans, including the u.s. ambassador, were killed in a terror attack. lawmakers say officials have intercepted chatter from high-level people in al- qaida about a "major attack." >> the time is 7:37 a.m.. we
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are a few minutes away from gary's world we will talk about baseball coming up. here is a live look outside the james lick freeway. we're also following our hot spot from the bay bridge. for over 60,000 california foster children,
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>> welcome back the time is 7:41 a.m.. if >> we continue to follow our top story on the bart strike being averted after governor brown steps in by appointing a board of inquiry. here is a reaction from the kron4 facebook page. >> matt bowman, it seems the unions will no longer have tease is the governor can call a cool off.
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>> danielle hamilton, it is stressful and it is costly for those of us who rely on public transportation. maybe the bart employees to just be happy with the fact that they have good jobs, unlike some of those that are working just to keep the lights on at home. >> rachael b. heskett, the situation involves more than money. there are some very serious safety issues at hand and i am sorry for those that are in a convenience, but they are looking out for the rider's own best interest to. >> and join the conversation by first liking the kron4 facebook page. if you can sound off below in the comic
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section of the story.
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>> welcome back. we continue to track a major hot spot. there is a big red fire on the bay bridge. it erupted about two hours ago. fire crews are still on the scene sprang water on the cab and a trailer. >> even though they took
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quick action we are still looking at eight back up. it is a great thing that people are a bart this morning. >> because of the traffic been so slow on the bridge there is not a number stalls that have occurred because people did not have the nerve gas in there be a cole's to anticipate this lengthy delay. this is just a another problem and the back up is not as bad as we thought it would have been. it is still not backed up on highway 24. the 880 approach is bad. if you are heading to the san mateo bridge then you should expect heavy traffic before to 38 in the southbound direction. if you
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are going to go across the span then you will see that it will be slow traffic as we approached the bridge. >> plenty of cloud cover and mr. andrews will issue had out to work or school. it is that foggy start and the temperatures are in the '50s. 56 degrees currently in concord. as we head into afternoon you will notice that the temperatures are pretty similar to what we saw yesterday. we are 10 degrees cooler than where we should be in santa rosa. antioch will have a high of 84 degrees. it will be as sunday. the cloud cover will return by later on tonight. the temperatures will get
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cooler and by 8:00 p.m.. your extended forecasts shows the 7 day around the bay will have a cool down and the temperatures will rebound as we enter saturday and sunday. >> he is in their and that is the latest situation. >> there is more than one party that benefits from a not ever stepping on the field. it is not my teammates or the yankee fans. >> once he starts talking in the negative, a broa isa-r od is being cancelled them. you have already heard that he is dancing
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under the gallows. >> what is he just making a mockery of the whole thing? >> if his 30 years old then he has another seven to eight years ago. he is going to be 4 years old when it comes back. it is just about over. he will fight this to the end. he has the resources to do it. if he was a younger guy, but he has the money. he has three teams of lawyers. if it comes outcome that he is banned from baseball them all wrong but, he does i get back on the field. all these reports are that he will be
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abandoned because of the drugs. he can appeal that. >> he has already made it clear that he will appeal. but you also have these other players and they are born to be suspended as well. >> braun is like 30. if you are banned until your 40 years of age. when the appeal he keeps getting paid. that would try to milk more money out of them as they can. >> what would you do if you were him? >> what would you do if you were the team? i think that is the interesting thing. he is on the roster but do they put a mock their plahim out the >> it is not like you are
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holding out of all-star for him to get on the field. if you do not let him play then you will look small too. >> i think this year will be out indefinitely. here is a thing as terrible as it sounds. if you are the yankees in you do not want to play and then you put on the field and you hope the does lousy. >> it is different to say ped's bragging someone down. do you think this autograph and then will bring down best guess is it a career ender for him and now. >> he is now one of these pro prospects that would just shoot through the roof. he was already a fantastic college player, i did not know of brought the pros.
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there is a kid and all i will statandat ohio state who hs been involved in something. they suspended him. it is not to mention, he is like there were a college player. by eye on him become a standard approach are limited because of his size and the things they do. he is not a pastor. a again, you have to ask yourse >> did he sign these autographs as a chance to get them sold on ebay? >> that will be hard. it is hard to imagine that someone just made this up. >> but giants and a's and both lost. he managed to
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strike out on one pitch. the umpire stated that it was a strike and he had a problem with that. he argued at least about a box, within 9 seconds the umpire said strike to, then struck three. he told him to get back in the box and he did not. >> in this case, he was out. this was a a's minor league game. this is just one of these rules and the video just surfaced.
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>> we will wait an hour and we will hear the news as a breaks about a ride tha-rod. >> there's no strike today about bart and you should avoid the bay bridge. >
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last-minute intervention by the governor. >> a kid on jeopardy gets the answer right, but is ruled on they somehow be answered the question. anny hong has more on that story coming up at 8:40 a.m..
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>> i will like to tell jerry brown thank you for helping the commuters. the last time that one of strike it was horrible. >> bart trains are running and riders are reacting this morning after governor brown stepped in at the 11th hour to avert a strike. >> a big rig on fired smuggling traffic on the bay bridge. we are here in the traffic center following at. >> it is the slow traffic across the span. they only
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have two lanes available. a number of vehicles have been stalling because the drive time has been extended. just imagine when you get on the bridge and then there's another 30 to 40 minutes. if you hit the back of less than a quarter of a tank the you will not a guess. this is what has happened. also, this is a live picture of a stop and go traffic. you can see nothing is getting through. >> how they are going to do will be a challenge. i spoke with kron 4 jackie sissel on the scene. he stated because it has burned so badly they are not simply just want to be able to put it up and drive away. it was a report that the fire department was actually finished with their work but clearly is not. there is still fire crews on
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the scene. they're still trying to deal with the surrounding the bid. of it. in e meantime look at what it has done to the commute. the traffic has been backed up all the way to the macarthur mayes. the westbound ride 580 has not backed up all the way to 24 but it is backed up. the worst approach is the east shore freeway. here really is a lighter back upon what i had expected. this is due because a lot of people plan on my driving because of an anticipated bart strike. >> the trip across the span
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mall heavier than usual has been moving. >> it is plenty of gray at the san mateo bridge. we're not seen much sunshine. it is still misty and spas. the temperatures are in a wide range of 50s. you can expect somsun and by 3:00 p.m. we should be in the low 60's. we will seek a little bit of a cold down through the middle of the week. i will have a full details come up my 8:15 a.m. report. >> on bart trains are running for today at least the next week. last night governor brown step then
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issued an order for an investigation into the contract dispute between bart management and its union. commuters are relief, especially now. kron4 will tran is live at the west oakland bart station in getting reactions. >> they are coming on fast. 40 if there was no bart today they would have to cut use of the freeway or ac transit. i spoke with some of them and this is what they had to say. >> i went to sleep at 8:00 p.m. just so i can get up before a.m.. >> so when you woke up, were you doing jumping jacks? >> it is about time that the government stepped in. >> as you can say people are
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still very tired of it because not only are they tired of getting up early but they are mentally tired because they have been caught in this tub war. i will have more reaction is coming up. >> come next sunday the governor may call for a cooling-off period we would just have to wait and see. you can get the latest development on bart and the strike threat no matter where you go. you can download the new kron 4 news app. it is free and available on just about any mobile device. by downloading the happy consigned for push alerts and will be notified of an agreement. >> developing mills overseas, where diplomatic post and embassies in the muslim world will be close at least through the coming week. off this is after the
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state department says the threats were intercepted. some u.s. embassies and consulates in the moslem world were at first ordered closed for about a day. now on diplomatic posts in some 19 cities will be close to the end of this week. >> the time is 8:06 a.m.. more than a dozen people have been displaced because of an apartment fire. this happened at about 12:30 p.m. this morning. the firefighters were able to get the fire out but the damage was extensive. 16 people are not displaced. they're getting help from red cross. >> also new this morning. firefighters in oakland are battling a house fire that has injured at least one
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>> a big day in major- league baseball expectations are in new york yankees alex rodriguez will be suspended because of his ties to a clinic accused of distributing performance enhancing drugs. the suspension is expected to last through the 2014 season. he has committed to using ped's in the past the city has not since 2004. add $275 million over 10 years, alex rodriguez signed the biggest ever contract in american sports. there are 13 other players also facing suspension. >> san diego mayor bob feller starts to weeks of intensive therapy today. film a face as a sexual harassment lawsuit and allegations of inappropriate behavior with several women over the course of many
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align welcome back. new video is coming in from a dealer of the big rig fire in the 6:00 a.m. hour of the kron 4 morning news. george rask still is tracking a hotspot. >> we take a look at this live video courtesy of kron 4 jackie sissle has been on the scene. in the last few minutes we did see a change. >> the good news is that there is still emergency workers on scene. they had to bring dan it equipment and shut down the freeway. the good nils is said they have stopped putting water on the burned out shell. this is good news because that will start putting
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their attention on getting off the freeway. right now, there is eight tow trucks, a low boilin coble put thisy will put this on their to get it out.y. >> i just received information from the chp. they are updating their time to clear this by noon today. this is another three hours and 45 minutes from now. there rigidly stated that it would be a.m..8:00 a.m.. you can
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well imagine what it did to the morning commute. while these cars are able to get through past a metering lights once you hit the incline you will be as stop and go traffic. there have been numerous calls that have occurred because the drive time is so extended above 40 minutes. also, we have had at least one accident reported. the most recent was a motorcycle that crest of the incline section. >> taking a look at the macarthur mayes you can see 580 is backed up to highway 24 and the east shore freeway was the worst and is backed up. a lot you have been heading south towards the san mateo bridge and this is also put extra pressure on the mimic freeway and 92 westbound.
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look at how slow the san mateo bridge ride is in the westbound direction. it is finally trying to catch up. this might not be your best option right now. your best option would be to take bart or advantage of the enhanced series services that were added in anticipation of the bart's strike. >> it is plenty of gray outside. here is a live look at the golden gate bridge. we're now seeing too much sunshine. future cast 4 is on the the temperatures will still be in the '50s by lunchtime and the warmest spots will be livermore, fairfield and those of you in concord. we will see more
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in the way of seven days by 3:00 p.m. today. you can expect mostly sunny skies but the fog will make a comeback by 8:00 p.m. tonight. i do want to retire afternoon high. there is a good mixture of seven days and today it will be tthe tempel be cooler than what we saw this time of the year. vallejo will have a high of 71 degrees. low 60's are expected for richmond and santa rosa will have a high 10 degrees cooler. berkeley will only climb of 66. downtown san francisco will be in the upper 60s. >> we are expecting showers
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for chicago with that afternoon high of 78 degrees. low 90's slated for december. back here in the badenver. >> and a slight had to make an emergency landing at san francisco international airport or the weekend. united airlines flight 8-63 was heading to up australia saturday night when one of the four engines on the plane failed. the engine cut happened shortly after takeoff. it is unclear at this time what caused the engine to fail. >> san mateo police are searching for a 16 year-old boy who walked away from a juvenile detention facility.
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the boy left the log cabin you camp, a security facility in la honda or run 6:03 p.m. less 9. he is described as a black male wearing a burgundy shirt and tan pants. this allows offices asking for you to call 911 if you see the boy, and one not to approach him. >> closing arguments are set for today in the racketeering trial of the boston mob boss if wwhitey bulger. he is accused of taking part in the killing 19 people. the judge is giving the prosecution and defense 3 hours and 15 minutes each to make their final statements. during the trial, jurors heard from 72 witnesses over the course of a month. he was one of the
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nation's most wanted fugitives until he was caught in santa monica two years ago. >> a tam but inmates waiting on his turn before the judge for a sheriff's deputies the hoa tampa, fla. a g on his turn before the judge, launched for a sheriff's done. in this courtroom surveillance video you could see the female deputy walked past the seeded and handcuffed prisoner. the 18 year veteran deputy swiped the inmates hand away and at a distance herself, while other alert officers want the man and a sometime. the event unfolded in court last tuesday, officials say it is rare for an inmate to be this bold courage and
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>> a driver crashed into a crowd of people on the left venice beach boardwalk, killing one and injuring 11 others. paul vercammen reports, witnesses and believe that the driver was determined to do some damage. >> the suspect is from california. just two hours after this happened he turned himself into police. authority stated that he told them that i think you are looking for may. the woman who was killed was on her honeymoon. the italian consulate stated that they
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were married july 20th it. the new room was virucide at the time of accident. he tried to pull its way from the speeding car. if there is a motive, police and i same right now. they did state that campbell was just evil. >> the time is 8:22 a.m.. here is a live look at san francisco. our big story is our team coverage of the hot spot on the bay bridge.
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still on the scene. looks like a lane may be blocked bread there was a problem because of this. george rest has been watching this. >> there are only two lanes available. this is our right at set street. the accruals for the most part are finished with the extinguishing of the fire. it will be a challenge to clear the wreckage. there is not enough to tow and this will be the problem. the new estimated time is three and a half hours from now. the drive time is staggering 45 to 50 minutes from the macarthur mayes. this is
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longer for the shore freeway. about equally long come from the mimic freeway. the traffic has just been jammed up and as i show you the traffic map he was a five a week is now back up into the macarthur mayes. >>. the san mateo bridge was a popular alternate but now it is going back and for from slope conditions.. >> it is still very gray outside. here is a live look at the golden gate bridge. we do have clouds and even some rain and drizzle. will
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will continue with cooler weather in fact wednesday through friday it won't climb into the seven days. i will have full details of what to expect at 8:45 a.m.. >> our top story is the bart strike be on hold. this extends the deadline until this coming sunday at midnight. the trains are running this morning and it will be running all week. we have another week and this is what some of those had to say. >> i thought this was a good idea because if not, i would have to wait a long time.
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>> it would have been a pain trying to drive due to that big break.rig. >> a again, the bart strike has been averted for this we get the trains will run and we will see what will happen. this puts things on hold and the deadline would be midnight sunday. >> new video coming from walnut creek at the fire station. there was residents who were stuck taking the bus and kron4 terisa estac cio is out this morning talking to relate commuters.
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>> i am really happy this morning. >> this afternoon this cut have created a major traffic hassles for commuters. this was aborted at the last minute. commuters are happy but some are still angry. this caused a lot of pain for some people. there still upset because there still may be another one coming. >> i mean, they're going back and forth. i just wish that would settle everything. >> we are getting a lot of feedback from yours. on the facebook page, and matt bowman says that is an said
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the young is no longer have to ease if the governor can call a cool off. . >> danielle hamilton stated it is stressful and costly for those of us will rely on public transit. maybe the bart employees to just be happy with the fact that they have a good job, unlike some of us that are out working just to keep the lights on at home. >> rachel heskett, the situation involves more than just money. there are some very serious issue that hand and i am sorry for those that are in committee has, but they are looking out for the rider's own best interest to. >> we will be right back.
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and >> the debt cannot voad cannot vo, but they can get money to the politicians. according to usa today analysts of federal election commission filings, 32 people listed as a deceased have contributed more than five under and $86,000 to congressional, presidential and political parties since january 2009. federal rules establish some restrictions on political getting from the grave.
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currently, an individual cannot go that more than $5,200 with federal can did do an election cycle and no more than $32,000 to a political party each year. >> a train carrying hazard materials and the red in louisiana forcing the evacuation of a hundred homes. one person went to the hospital complaining of eye irritation. more than 20 cars went off the track near lawtell, about 60 mi. west of baton rouge. two cars of the train were leaking. one of them was leaking sodium homicidhydride hydroxide, whichs out the cole's of inhaling or touching the skin. the governor was leading blue
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oil. >> new york police say that an officer shot and killed a 14 year-old boy who had shot at another person. this is video surveillance the side of a liquor store of the 14 year old going after the other person. the teen, identified as shaaliver douse, was hit in the jaw and died at the scene. the investigation is still ongoing. kidnapping a survivor the genome dejesus made a public appearance over the weekend, as part of the cleveland's pr parade. she rode na campaign car for a cleveland city council candidates. last she admitted being kidnapped by aerial castro and he was sentenced to life in prison for raping her and two other
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women for a decade.
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>>george: the backups have continued to grow because of these problems here at the
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west end of the bridge. this big break fire which now goes back three hours. it was just before 6:00 that the first out report of this incident just off the upper deck off felt fifth street. still have fire crews cleaning up. they haven't even begun to move this big rig which was involved in flames and was destroyed at. flames leaping very high right now what we are dealing with is the impact here at the bay bridge toll plaza and in the macarthur maze where believe it or not, the backup has now grown. it is now pass highway 24 on interstate 580 for the first time this morning. the east shore freeway ride still quite heavy as you can see with this back up which reaches up beyond hoffman split. it is even slow here through
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san paolo on interstate 80 westbound. your alternate route to the san mateo bridge has been heavy on a 80 southbound from about davis heading down pass to 38 and into the westbound span or traffic was jammed the last time we looked at it because turns out there was some debris in the alliance. now what we are balking at a slow traffic because it is just too crowded. slow 90s to coming over from 880 out hayward and a continued slowing all the way across the span to the high rise. the other altered their route would be to take the richmond san rafael bridge.
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>>erica: it is gray out there we have some coastal fog. we are starting to see some some break in the midst of these overcast conditions permit expect a sunny and mild afternoon. temperatures very similar to what we saw yesterday. satellite and radar. and the south bay we will see a big mixing of '70s and '80s and the ultimate valley. mid-70s
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slated for mountain view. a downtown san francisco about six degrees cooler the where it should be for this time of year and san mateo today with high of 68 degrees. last but not least i want to head to the north day. looks like 76 for about an petaluma. in terms of your extended forecast, we will continue with this. in fact, we won't even see eighties into friday. >>mark: who is the most heart broken jeopardy contestant ever. and eighth grader who was sent home from final jeopardy despite the fact that he and others got the question right but did something wrong. >>: it's being called the saddest moment in jeopardy history. an eighth grader loses final jeopardy during
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kids week for misspelling a word. >>: he misspelled emancipation badly. you put a peak in their that's unfortunate. the judges are rolling against you. >>: 12 year old thomas held back tears after his loss. he later told his local newspaper i was pretty upset that i was cheated out of the final jeopardy question. it was just a spelling error then sampled over social media with many commenting on jeopardy's facebook 83 when it jeopardy become a spelling bee and he got the answer right he just misspelled it. big deal. parents were clammy they were less upset about boat lost and more upset about how alex pitcher back and co. handled it. telling cnn they work smug. --jeopardy's
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producers released a statement. >>: it jeopardy were to give credit for an incorrect response however minor the show would have penalized the other players. we love present a young people asked contestants are shot and make every effort to be fair and consistent in their treatment. last year a contest was penalized for mispronouncing the word wimbledon. >>: i'm informed that shoot very clearly said wimble ton not well done. this is real life before early and his family who are still smarting from the loss. >>anny: a lot of facebook and social media backlash.
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one time been saying " why did alex have to make the remark misspelled badly. let's make the case-just a kid feel worse. joy jones says " it was unfortunate for the odd man out but the rules are well stated before they begin and they are big on spelling. maybe alex could have omitted his comment about how bad it was misspelled but the ruling was an order. >>: by dan says " i have watched jeopardy for 40 plus years. never again. i never liked the way alex berates contestants. i hope i spoke that correctly. >>: sound awful lot in the comments section of this story on our facebook page.
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with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. >>george: >>: the last time they went on strike it was horrible. >>mark: month bart strike--
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bart trains are running at and-after governor jerry brown issued a extension. let's go to the traffic center and get an update go on a bigger rate accident that took place this morning. >>george: believe it or not things are continuing to get worse. they are deteriorating conditions but the back up which we've had for the better part of the morning with only two lanes available off the upper deck of the bay bridge. that's two of five lanes and what a mess and that to make of the morning commute. at the that the fact that the chp has had and continues from time to time have all shut down traffic and the westbound direction as they try to clear first extinguished the fire now you concede they have actually got a front loader out here and they are going to try to lift up this or break in order to give it up to a low voice--
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lowboy they're going to try to clear this mess from the upper deck. i believe we have marketing director todd who drives in from east bay. i believe he's on the kron4 news line with us now to talk about his drive and this morning. , are you with us? >>: yes george week and on the bridge since probably about 820 and react we have just crossed over the island. >>george: to you still haven't made it. a 20 makes it 40 minutes ago and you still haven't made it across the span. >>: now i still have carpoolers with me we still have to go to the car pool drop-off and it's a long ride this morning >>george: if you look at the back up here. this is taught to approach. i've had other
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viewers check in with me and the drive times have been 50 minutes and again haven't yet made it across the band- bridge. it's only going to continue to make things worse as they shut things down from time to time. try
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writing bart began. and a. >>anny: we have another cloud is start to the day. we are getting reports i love-fest of delays at sfo. clouds with some patchy fog coastal drizzle as well for the afternoon of a mixture of sun and clouds. the average is below average at this time similar to yesterday. of the pitcher extended forecast and not a whole lot of warm--warning
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>>mark: a bart is are writing-judge running this morning that a sign of relief for many writers. governor jerry brown has issued a extension of seven days to investigate negotiations. will tran is in oakland right now the reaction from a lot of relief riders. >>will: before we hear from those riders out in front of the union hall permit we expect to hear from spokeswoman at 915 this morning her reaction to the governor stepping and i know that they wanted to continue negotiating to the very last minute we will see how she feels about the governor stepping and whether or not she is for or against it. and i know about your new workers were hoping to go on strike to send a message
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that they were not messing around. here's video of the first a bart train rolling an ad for 30 this morning got to tell you. at two schools of thought. a lot of people stayed up late last night seen whether not it would be a bart strike and they thought about the governor stepped and. we got a chance >>: i stayed up and they were doing breaking news and
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for that 12:00 news this said we were not gone on strike was the best news i've got all night >>will: we could be right back here next week and the reason why is this is only a 7 day. the governor could issue a 60 day cooling-off period should the two sides cannot reach a deal by sunday night. i am not here and we will get to live reaction from and to not-- internet bryant coming up a few minutes from now. >>mark: download our new kron4 mobile app. it is usable on pretty much any device. if you can download it and also get push notifications privilege to know the very latest with development prepared
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new y yankees alex rodriquez and other baseball players may have to wait a little bit longer on official word of their suspensions. instead of 9:00 a.m. our time they are pushing back the press conference for that announcement by one hour maybe more. it will be at least until 10:00 our time when we find out. the expectation is that rodriguez will be suspended that suspension is expected to last through the entire 2014 season for it the other 13 players suspended from the advanced edition are expected to accept their deals. >>mark: we will be right back as a kron4 morning news continues. an update that made an emergency landing at sfo plus the latest on our hot spot and bay area weather. to an all live look for mount tam above the clouds.
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are >>: good morning. at 914 you are watching the kron4 morning news at we are still watching cruise attack plane a big rig that caught fire 4:00 this morning they have had so many lanes shutdown that only two lines
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have been available since then. that's three and a half hours now. only two ways to deal with all the traffic heading to and across the bay bridge. this has really jammed up the ride another option to take
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the richmond san rafael. she still won a good alternate route. let's find out what the weather is going to be like today. here's anny 3 >>anny: good morning. another great start to the day. --great start to the day. --gray. widespread clouds after the afternoon, temperatures will be below average. looks like we will see temperatures stayed that way for the next several days. temperatures not really warming up bohol lot. right now. antioch good
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morning you are at 61 degrees. satellite and radar shows that cloud deck which is pretty widespread for the morning hours. then, we have an area of low pressure here's your still pleasant street 77 am san jose. 83 for all the men valley. heading over to the east bay, about eighties for walnut creek bridge 82 and danville. livermore also an upper 80s. upper 60s for hayward and 69 for san leandro. the 50 looking at 76. berkeley and oakland should get to about mid to upper 60s under partly cloudy conditions for the
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afternoon today. even a little cooler tomorrow, still plenty of sunshine for the afternoon hours once the clouds burn off. the weekend is a smith warmer with plenty of sunshine. i think the fog and clouds will be quicker to burn off over the weekend. not a lot of warning for the next several days. >>mark: a flight had to make an emergency landing at sfo over the weekend. united airlines flight a 63 heading to australia. one of the four engines failed. the pilot managed to turn it around and land safely at sfo. right now it is not clear what caused engine to fail. faug
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>>mark: san mateo police are searching for a 16 year-old boy who walked away from a juvenile detention facility. the boy left the log cabin youth camp, a minimum security facility and la honda around 630 last night. he is described as a black male wearing a burgundy shirt and tan pants he is described-the sheriff's office is asking the public to call by 11 if you see the boy and one to not approached the team. police have identified the woman who was shot and killed in downtown san jose early saturday morning. just after 1:00 a.m., police said 19 year-old kimberly joyce were shot by someone outside the car she was riding in. near salt second and east san salvador streets. the driver, a 21 year-old man
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who was not hit stop a car and caught by 11. joyce was transported to regional medical center where she died. it is unclear why the shooting took place and whether it was gang-related. no suspects had yet been identified or arrested. the homicide marks the city's 30 of the year. >>james: closing arguments are set for today in the racketeering trial of boston mob boss we need poulter-- which need--whitney buylger. --bulger. he's accused of taking part in the killings of 19 people. the judge is giving the prosecution and defense three hours and 50 minutes each to make their final statements to the jury. during the trial, jurors heard from 72 witnesses over the course of a month. the
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83 year-old said friday he would not take the stand. bulger. fled boston and 1994. he was one of the nation's post wanted fugitives until he was captured in santa monica 2 years ago. >>mark: can now be a survivor geena davis is made a public appearance over the weekend as part of cleveland's four recuperate --gina dejesus. dejesus road in a campaign car for a cleveland city council candidate. last week admitted kidnapper serial castro was sentenced to life in prison for of the thing-- abducting dejesus and to
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other women for a decade. >>mark: let's jump to the news conference to find out details about the bart strike. >>: this is not a cooling- off period that >>darya: are you ok with the schooling. or did you want to go on strike. >>: we do not want to disrupt a service of our passengers. we are deeply concerned about their welfare because it is what we do and they are the ones that we carry every day proudly. we ask and the beginning back in june for the governor to intervene on this and there was no response.
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>>: the feel like they're taking collective bargaining out of their hands. >>: to some degree. it's a yes or no credit for the most part, this part of the inquiry with substantiating cooperating. at the same time it does take us away from the negotiation table because we do have to prepare for this inquiry print >>will: when will the next two sides meet. >>: because we are getting ready for the inquiry. i do not know.
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>>will: are you closer now than you ever been to reaching a deal that we are not close. we are not close. you have to have momentum to stop momentum what we were
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proposing were things to enhance that. not to blow anything up as far as inflating things. we wanted something put in place while workers were taken care of and our passengers would be taken care of. >>mark: year's big gains-you are hearing antoinette's right now. right about a strike averted least to next monday morning. at that point the governor could call for a 30 are 60 day cooling off. we would just have to wait and see. we will be right back as a kron4 morning news returns in just two minutes. hñ
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welcome back. here is what's
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left up that a big rig. the backup worse than what it would have been if there was a bart strike the george rascasse an update >>george: believe it or not things are still getting worse at the bay bridge. the drive times are not improving. here is the problem. we're not only contended with a big backup at the toll plaza but with stop and go conditions the entire length of the span because there are only two lanes available at the west end of the bridge. it caught
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fire until the whole thing was consumed by flames. we still have one fire truck on scene. multiple unit before. we still have all lanes shutdown. one of the kron4's the employee's check stand to say she left alameda two hours ago and she has only made it to treasure island and she's not half way there yet the e shore freeway is backed up all the way to the hoffmann split in the westbound direction
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>>anny: george another cloudy start to the day because of the thick cloud deck. to as a full reporting delays averaging over an hour this morning so keep that in mind. to check up your eyes for today. the clouds and the fog will burn off. .
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>>mark: as we follow the latest with a bart. now the governor stepping and. seven days to investigate the negotiations between bart and its unions. we are hearing from the an ant. kron4's will tran is following the latest of oakland. >>: we just had a live news conference with antoinette bryant the spokesperson for 82 per it once again she agreed to talk about what is going on. basically the governor issued a 7 day reprieve. is this good or bad. >>: we ask for this in june so i think this board of inquiry will take the information that we provided them and make a determination on how the
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process is going critic will in turn give that affirmation to the governor and they will recommend a 30 to 60 they call it off. >>will: with a cooling off period help you or hurt you. >>: we are still far apart at the table. the district had in fact regrets of bargaining. they were bargaining at a lower position than they were previously. i think the 60 days would allow district to >>: what do you have to say to the bart riders. they are not really take its size but they aren't caught that is caught in the middle of this. they are asking why don't bart workers have a no-strike clause. >>: the people who are normally given clause our
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safety people. fire and police. those sorts of positions. we have not been classified as if the individuals so an order for that to happen, i think that would come in parcel 3 our employees are not safe the employees therefore we do have not the strike clause 3 we are not strike happy it is just something that we have as union members. >>will: if you wahl aren't even close to where you were two weeks ago. >>: know we are not. >>will: well you can get any more definitive than that. to know they are not. we will have much more on the ongoing negotiations between bart and its unions. i get to you that the union workers are having a rally here on ninth and madison at noon. >>mark: kron4's terisa
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estacio reporting from bart riders who are grateful for service this morning. >>: it wasn't just bart commuters that were relieved that there was not a strike but also a group of people that had a trip planned. had that been a strike that could have jeopardized the entire trip. >>: these 11 year-old state money to visit alcatraz island in san francisco. >>: the tricky thing is we've already bought the tickets sold to just can't tell and not go is a lot of money for 311 year-old kid spirit >>: there's this group of exchange students from austria permit the chaperon said it was a very stressful weekend waiting to hear whether or not the trains would be working creek
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>>: what would have happened if there was a strike. how was i going to impact. >>: it would have had a lot less sleep last night because we had a plan to take the buses and to the city. it would have been a two hour drive and an two hour drive back. we would have been upset the entire week. >>: what are your thoughts about the governor stepped in and at the last minute. >>: i am so thankful. we were hoping for that the entire weekend. to >>: and walnut creek, terisa estacio, kron 4 news. the live look outside as we're watching conditions around the bay.
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>>mark: san diego mayor bob filner stars to weeks of intensive therapy today. filner faces a sexual harassment lawsuit and allegations of inappropriate behavior with several women over the course of many years. it said the woman has accused filner of making unwanted advances she says the mayor grabbed her hand and was altogether too flirtatious with her at a church charity breakfast. meanwhile the ninth woman to come forward spoke to jamie chambers about her encounter with san diego's mayor. >>: emily says she did not want to fill the backlash for making these
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allegations but >>: now that there are other girls he's done it to other people i think he should really take a look at himself. >>: the acquisition has a common theme started with the mayors aggressive grip as the filner headlock. >>: i tried to walk away but he held to be able to tie it. >>: he said i admit it i did it. i am really sorry and the hell with everybody. i am staying in office. >>: emily and jason said they don't want any money but they do want him to donate to a woman's charity >>: this is his chance to step up. one at a resign and number to make a donation. >>: he's very arrogant in the way that he and iraq's
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with other people. you don't do that to other people. >>mark: we will be right back as a kron4 morning news continues. a live look outside watching our big hot spot with a big rig that burst into flames coming off the bay bridge. still only two lanes and very long drive times. we would get an update on our hot spot and a bit cool down on weather. coming up after the break.
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>>george: it is not for our cents a big brick fire on the upper deck of the bay bridge. believe it or not the drive times into the city are actually worse than they were for the bart strike and thankfully we didn't have another one this morning. it's not the back up that are the problems.
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it's the slow traffic across the span. here's a look at the current backup at the bay bridge. if this is backed up all the way to the diamond lane this list. your alter their route, the san mateo bridge is still heavy
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but thankfully at least it is moving another option for you if your near the albany area best to take good richmond san rafael bridge. >>anny: what a tough commute for a lot of folks had it from the east bay into the city but the forecast not be so tough timber to rise. here's a live with our mount tam cam rep. you could see that the fog bank. with the clout to widespread freak widespread clouds. the we
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can i expect less fog. now extreme heat. temperatures right now aren't the big 50s for downtown san francisco. upper 60s and antioch. 55 and the way i operate richmond good morning to you are also coming in at 55 degrees his share futurecast 4. blue indicating the 50s. grain and the '60s and yellow and the '70s. here
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are your highs for today. . cupertino looking at 82. low 80s and walnut creek. july hall. all '70s. for the north bay. mid '70s for nevada. 61 and downtown san francisco oakland could morning till you are going to look for a high of 76 degrees. next seven days to check it out. still below average through the weekend but a little warmer for saturday and sunday. time now is 950. we will be back
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